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Apr232012

Andreas Aleman

Andres Aleman is clearly on a journey, as the title of his latest solo release states. The Swedish-born singer-songwriter’s second solo album has given him momentum that appears to have captured the ears of a widening audience, extending his musical reach throughout Europe and now to the States. His blend of Soul, Gospel, funk, blues and good pop music developed his ability to create a groove the is reminiscent of Ray Charles, Otis Redding, Stevie Wonder, Eric Clapton and Aretha Franklin. Sink your teeth into his new album project “Its The Journey” and you’ll get a taste of a genre that is alive and well, enjoying a surprising resurgence that is holding on to groove music. As a seasoned keyboardist and vocalist, Andreas Aleman brings a comfortable maturity to the table and his thick, soulful baritone voice being the center of his sound, along with smooth horn arrangements. We’re glad to welcome a musician who you’ll be hearing much more of in the future.  Inside MusiCast welcomes Andreas Aleman.

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